The Body Shop Lemongrass Deodorising Foot Polish Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Leg & Foot Care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Polish / Type: Foot Polish / Walnut granules get to work on dry rough skin and Community Trade sesame oil softens things up / Size: 130ml /
Newest Review: ... is one of the most wonderful that i have experinced in a long while. It has crushed up walnut shells in it, which are ... more
by - written on 07/01/08 (Very useful, 131 readings)
My feet are currently wrapped up 'safe and sound' in woolly / thermal type bed or house socks, closely guarded with slippers. What a fantastically romantic picture I paint of my feet and myself! However during the summer months, the toes and feet that are currently closely under wraps do come out for a viewing and this is when I tend to use this product, that is when my toes and feet are on show in sandals, however I know a few people who regularly use this during every season due to smelly feet. Although I suffer from extremely cold feet, fortunately I don't suffer from smelly cold feet. Nonetheless this product is quite good for polishing up a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I think this cost me about £5 (I got it quite a while ago) and as far as I'm concerned, it's great value for money! I love citrussy smells and this is one of the most wonderful that i have experinced in a long while. It has crushed up walnut shells in it, which are excellent for exfoliating, and they leave your feet feeling very soft and smooth. For those suffering from smelly toes, I would go for something specifically designed for that problem (in fact I think the body shop has something in this very range), but this product will certainly help with that as well. I use this mostly on my (incredibly dry and hard) heels, and it really helps soften them up, especially ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/07, updated on 16/05/07 (Useful, 100 readings)
A refreshing, cooling feet experience with a deoderant thrown in too. This product is fantastic for summer for those achy warm feet that need a little pampering. Best used with a Body Shop foot file to further remove dead skin this polish is a gentler way of removing dead skin from dry,hard feet. It is best to soak feet first in warm water. Body shop also to a Lemongrass foot soak that compliments the foot polish. This soaking softens the dead skin and makes it easier to remove. Massage the polish over your feet using your hands or better still, exfoliating gloves for a harsher scrub. The lemongrass makes your feet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08, updated on 20/10/08 (Useful, 50 readings)
I bought this whilst browsing around in The Body Shop a few months back whilst buying something else. I can honestly say that this is the best foot polish that i've ever used!!! I paid £7.00 for the 130ml size, a little goes a long way so it does last for much longer than you originally think. The smell is lush and is comforting when rubbing into your feet, after rinsing off with water it feels as though it's got rid of all the dead skin and unleashed a brand new layer of fresh skin, bliss, certainly made them feel more revived and refreshed. My skin definitely felt more silky and smoothy after just one use. The ingredients are as ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Body Shop Lemongrass Deodo ...
The Body Shop Peppermint Intensive Foot Rescue - Moisturises and relieves dry, cracked heels A little bit greasy after application
The Body Shop Lemongrass Deodorising Foot Spray - easy to use & does what it says on the bottle none I can think of
The Body Shop Peppermint Cooling Foot Lotion - Nicely designed, Fair Trade contents Pricey and scent isn't long lasting.
The Body Shop File A Foot - Smooths already well maintained feet, easy to use . Fairly expensive, does not get rid of hard skin .
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